"Learning As We Go" as written by Leona Naess and Samuel Ronald Dixon....
Did you ever have a day when it all just came apart?
You thought that this will be the end
You thought that this will be the end
You thought that this will be the end

Did it ever hurt so bad, so vicious, cruel or sad
You thought that nothing good could come
You thought that nothing good could come
You thought that nothing good could come

That's just the way my story goes
Under the sorrow where the blossom grows
There is a darkness
They never show to me

Yeah, I had it pretty good
Growing up late as I could
I was still running around
I was still running around

I was still running around
Then the lightning struck me down
Hit this lonely apple tree down
Now I've been learning as I go

That's just the way my story goes
Under the sorrow where the blossom grows
There is a darkness
They never show to me

Just don't lie to your heart
This will be the hardest part
But lying on the surface
Everybody's got a dark place they hold on to, they all go to

Just don't lie to your heart
This will be the hardest part
But lying on the surface
Everybody's got a dark place they hold on to

Just don't lie to your heart
This will be the hardest part
But lying on the surface
Everybody's got a dark place they hold on to, they hold on to

We're learning as we go
We're learning as we go
We're learning as we go

We are just learning as we go
We are just learning as we go
We are just learning as we go
We are just learning as we go




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"Learning as We Go" as written by Samuel Ronald Dixon Leona Naess

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    General CommentI think it's about that crossroad in life when it's inevitable that one must grow up--ready or not--and learning that it isn't all what it's cracked up to be.
    HPower808on April 24, 2009   Link

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